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visits the indianapolis museum of art, now attracting visitors inside and out. >> indianapolis is kind of boring sometimes but stuff like this just brings in a whole new fresh face. you know, something bright and colorful. fun. >> lehrer: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> lehrer: home sales dropped last month to their lowest level in more than a decade. the national association of realtors reported sales of existing homes in july fell by more than 27%. sales fell in all regions of the country, despite low mortgage rates and fire sale prices in many areas. the larger-than-expected drop in home sales led to a drop on wall street. the dow jones industrial average lost 134 points to close at 10,040. the nasdaq fell more than 35 points to close over 2,123. to help explain what's behind the housing fall, w
in this economy, muncie, anderson here in indianapolis, indiana. people are hurting they know we can't borrow, spend and bail our way back to a growing economy. they want to see this administration take a dramatic step in the direction of preserving and promoting tax relief that will create jobs, embracing fiscal discipline. and abandoning this job-killing agenda, suggesting card check, passing cap and trade, maybe in the lame duck they continue to advance. fret get one of the problems is regretly the is a product of the american psyche. if we are all excited and think we are on the road to recovery chances are we are going to spend. if everyone talks about doom and gloom and we see existing house sales plummet 27%, it is hard to get us all sort of whooped up so we go out and buy. besides the usual tax program, extending the bush tax cuts that i know the republican party wants. what is it that you could do to turn it around? people truly are hurting. quickly, we need to turn stuff around for people. >> look, the enemy of our prosperity is uncertainty. i had a small business jobs forum in ande
of the electorate. >> greta: karl, thank you. enjoy indianapolis. >> i will. >> greta: dana perino will talk about the palin effect. and why are some in texas worried about backdoor amnesty? do the feds have a plan you have not heard about? >> for the first time tiger woods' now ex-wife is [ male announcer ] what if we told you there's a new utility vehicle o there with the most advanced engine in its class? that it has three cylinrs with dual overhead cams? that it has 50 horsepow? and intense acceleration? now what if we told you it was a john deere? prepare to have your expectations shattered by the all-new gator xuv 825i. go to johndeere.com/gator tsee what makhis the fastest, most powerful gator yet. >> greta: it is neck-and-neck nail-biter in alaska still waiting for election results between incumbent lisa murkowski and tea party favorite joe miller endorsed by governor sarah palin. miller holds a razor thin lead but will the palin effect give the underdog a win? dana perino joins us live. i threw the question also at your former colleague karl. i'm curious, the palin effect that is her home
belt city. fort wayne -- we are equidistance between indianapolis and detroit. as a rust belt city in 200, we were challenged with a recession -- in 2000, so one of the initiatives we started as an end result of convening small business owners is the initiative of what if we could say that ford wayne had the very best broadband assets of any city in the country? how would that improved services? it watered and inspired -- the phrase d insprieired started it. and that particular period, 2000, the crime issue was important. economic issues did not have quite the impact because the recession was just starting. we convened a broadband summit. we found away to put out a request for proposals or round of wireless broadband to help our public safety professionals and be able to do more patrolling and less paperwork. early on, this is commonplace now, we were able to connect an entrepreneur that bid on that contract to make available stations for that network. at that time, the infrastructure was not as well developed. that led us to the over the course of seven years, reduce our violent c
nomination. joining us from indianapolis is the governor of indiana, mitch daniel. your state's private sector added 46,000 jobs this year. a growth rate of 2% which is triple the national average. what should washington be doing to boost hiring in the private sector? >> washington should be doing everything it possibly can because vibrant economic growth of a sustained nature and over and at a rate that we have rarely if ever seen is our only chance of keeping the terrifying deficits that we are now looking at from getting even worse. here in indiana we have done everything we know how and this preceded the recession, to try to build the best sandbox in america, lower the cost of doing business. keep taxes down particularly in this recession. make regulation fair and consistent and try to have the most inviting climate anywhere for jobs and investment. i'm hopeful national policy will take the same direction. >> chris: what about more stimulus? they are are going to pass in the house and senate the president this new bill i think it is $26 billion more state aid, keep teachers hired an
.d. norman. there's -- j.d. norman has taken an ad out in the local indianapolis newspaper called "the indianapolis star" and here it is this morning. full page ad pleading with the members of the local 23 to have a vote on this issue. this is 650 jobs that we'd like to keep in indiana as the national union representative knows and indicates in the paper this morning, these individuals were will be being paid at the market wage rate. >> sure. j.d. norman said effectively you can work for us at this particular rate which is $15.50 an hour. mitch, tell us, $15.50 an hour, is that on par? it's half of what the g.m. workers are making right now. is it on par with what other automakers in indiana are making? >> well, we have toyota plants, subaru facility and a honda plant here in indiana and it's above the starting wage rate at those facilities. and at the starting wage rate for what new g.m. workers would be paid when they're hired into the new g.m. in addition to this, the g.m. workers would be allowed to move to other facilities across the -- other g.m. facilities across the country o
23. he joins us from indianapolis. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so the united auto workers came to talk to you guys, the members of the united auto workers on sunday. and essentially, you guys ran them out of the meeting and you won't even vote on this thing. why not? >> well, back in may, we had a union meeting and i know i voted that we didn't want the international to negotiate a contract with j.d. norman with us by the minutes of our next union meeting and there was even more that agreed with that. >> ok. >> and international still wins anyways and negotiated a contract with them. >> for folks who are not familiar with your situation and the situation of 600 united auto workers out there in indianapolis, is g.m. is going to close a plant, a company called j.d. norman would like to buy it and take it over but you guys have got to take these wage cuts. now, let's take a look. right now, the starting wage at where you work is $29 an hour. what they're saying is we want you to take 1550, the new company does and in fact, tim, that's what the g.m. organization is o
indianapolis, is the governor of indiana, mitch daniels. governor, your state's private sector has added 46,000 jobs, so far this year and that is a growth rate of 2%, which is triple the national average, what should washington be doing to boost hiring in the private sector? >> washington should be doing everything it possibly can because vibrant economic growth of a sustained nature and over -- at a rate that we have rarely, if ever seen is our only chance, of keeping the terrifying deficits we are looking at from getting even worse and here in indiana, we have done everything we know how, in the recession to build the best sandbox in america and lower the cost of doing business and keep taxes down, particularly in this recession and make regulation fair and consistent, and, have -- try and have the most inviting climate anywhere for jobs and investments, and i am hopeful, national policy will take the same direction. >> chris: what about more stimulus? they are going to pass the house and send to the president, this new bill, i think it is $26 billion, state aid and keep teachers hired a
city. 85 in indianapolis. 73 here in new york. 93 in atlanta. 70s from seattle to billings. 93 in albuquerque. 91 in colorado springs. >>> it was a whole lot of leaping and lunging from fido and company. >> families across hungary brought their pooches to budapest to compete in the disk dogging championships. it's also called four-legged frisbee or six-leg tuesday you count the essential human component. >> looking for gymnastic prowess and ro pore between the animal and its trainer. the point of the event was simply to throw, jump, and have good old-fashioned family fun. >> athletic dogs, look at them go. >> better shape than i am. >> we'll be right back. [ female announcer ] fact. when pain keeps you up, nothing is proven to help you fall asleep faster than advil pm liqui-gels. rushing real liquid relief to ease you to sleep fast. for nighttime pain, make advil pm your #1 choice. >>> welcome back. afghan president hamid karzai is addressing his country's security issues and the war on terrorism. >> he's also confronting afghanistan's future relationship with the taliban. his
president joe biden will be in indianapolis today to talk about the war in iraq. this comes days after the last u.s. combat troops begin to leave the country. will the v.p. address the fact that iraq still does not have a government and, perhaps, have not put enough pressure on that government or helped that government work towards a compromise? kelly wright is live in washington with the preview. hey, kelly. >> good morning to you. fox news has learned from senior administration officials that the speech that vice president joe biden delivers later today is expected to be a three part speech, if you will, dealing with iraq, afghanistan and veterans programs funded during the obama administration. with the troop draw down, vice president biden will predict a resolution of the current political impasse in iraq and state the issue will be resolved in the near future. he will neither set nor predict a political compromise. he will also note the progress of the iraqi army and police forces in providing security in iraq's major cities and rural areas as well. u.s. commander in iraq says he'
lee and we'll pick up the story then, ted stevens was born in indianapolis, indiana and made his faway to fairbanks, alaska, and born november of 1923 and served the us army corps and the second world war in china, three years, 1943 to 1946, the longest serving republican senator in the united states senate history. now we're waiting to see his fate, the fate possibly of his sons and also sean o'keefe, administrator of nasa, director there. martha: and his son as well. bill: more information when we get it i want to squeeze in a quick commercial break and we'll work our phones as we go to break here. for more information log onto foxnews.com and get complete updates and up-to-the-minute on-line and we're back here in a moment on this breaking news story in "america's newsroom." >> reporter: in case you're joining us we are reporting on a plane crash in the wilderness of alaska that may possibly have taken the lives of eight or nine people. we are working our way through the information trying to figure out what we can report as fact and what is not. this is what we understand, late las
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